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  1. jethomp
    jethomp February 21, 2013 at 9:21 am |

    He could just bench-jockey the whole team all night with big league patter.

  2. AreWeThereYeti
    AreWeThereYeti February 21, 2013 at 10:52 am |

    Wow, when a guy who is paid extremely well to play a kid’s game calls you out and is “frustrated” by your lack of evidence, you know you’ve got to up your game – and here I thought it was just us regular folks who felt that way.

    Maybe, now that they’ve heard from both ends of the spectrum, the producers of Finding Bigfoot will shake things up a bit? Nah, they won’t tinker with success; expect more of the same ’til ratings nosedive.

    Have they tried leaving a Guest Book in the forest, for Bigfoot to sign, yet? No? Well, maybe next season…

  3. DWA
    DWA February 21, 2013 at 11:39 am |

    Most guys like this get asked opinions on stuff they know nothing about because, well, they get paid oodles for playing a kid’s game.

    And here, one of them actually says something.

    The evidence gets short shrift on this show. Town meetings and “squatches do this”? Well, what evidence do we have that “squatches do this”? That might give the town meetings – which otherwise I have no doubt are people sincerely relaying experiences, until evidence shows otherwise – some added oomph.

    Were I Dustin, I’d be ticked too. He’s entertainment as well. But he puts up numbers.

  4. mandors
    mandors February 21, 2013 at 12:19 pm |

    They should get Mike Timlin to get out there. He’s tanned and rested. He’s also as big as Bobo, better spoken, and a hunter.

  5. Dithersome
    Dithersome February 26, 2013 at 7:09 pm |

    I am a fan of the Finding Bigfoot show. I enjoy the scenery of the locations visited, and mysteries are fun to explore even with a measure of fantasy to it. However, I do agree Animal Planet & the cast need to improve the format and depth. They really need to weed out, as best they can, hoaxes and misidentifications beforehand at town hall meetings; and some of their visits to certain locales are based on flimsy and blurry photos offering little beyond deception. Perhaps have more interviews with seasoned trackers, wild-life personnel, rangers, etc. that have something to contribute. These exhibitionist night stints are too amaterish and look quite silly at times. I realize it is entertainment that includes youthful audiences, but find deeper substance if possible.

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